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I was recently in an automobile accident during which an emergency vehicle was in the far right lane so the car in front of me yielded to the far left lane (the fast lane of the highway) and proceeded to stop immediately just after getting over a hill when she was out of my line of sight.
I tried to avoid the accident by stopping while changing lanes but there wasn't enough time or distance to avoid the accident. Both cars airbags deployed, their car tipped over and mine was completely disabled. I had been leaving a bar which I told the State Trooper, when asked to perform a field sobriety test I just asked for the officer to take me to jail.
For my ALR hearing were there any legal reasons to deny this test? The trooper asked if my back hurt, if I had a concussion, etc which I said noAlso for what it's worth this was in Dallas, Tx and this took place in the beginning of December, I have not yet been charged with the DUI but I am now have the court date for my ALR hearing.
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